The Legend of Boggy Creek

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The Legend of Boggy Creek (1972, USA) is a Eco-Terror film directed by Charles B. Pierce. Followed by Boggy Creek II.


Main Details

  • Released in 1972
  • Color
  • Running Time: 90 min | 87 min (DVD version) | USA:85 min
  • Production Co: P & L
  • Distribution Co: Howco International Pictures (1972) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Directed by Charles B. Pierce
  • Written by Earl E. Smith
  • Starring Vern Stierman, Chuck Pierce Jr., William Stumpp, Willie E. Smith, Lloyd Bowen, B.R. Barrington
  • Produced by L.W. Ledwell, Charles B. Pierce, Earl E. Smith
  • Original Music by Jaime Mendoza-Nava
  • Cinematography by Charles B. Pierce
  • Film Editing by Tom Boutross


  • A True Story.


A semi-documentary set in and around the Texarkana bottomlands which features reenactments of residents' sightings of the legendary Boggy Creek monster. The film is low budget, and features many non-professional actors yet instead of being a negative thing for the film, it actually makes it more realistic and gives it a charming quality.

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